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Travel Blogs from Nassau
... no big deal and was quickly sorted. The tailor had just left the room when I put on my waistcoat, too small. Have only been on ship 2 days, I hadn't gained that much weight so quickly. Once suitably attired we head to the Imperial Lounge for cocktails. It's quite busy tonight. We find Sue and Malcolm who had been trying to save us a seat. We pull a few up and enjoy catching up. There are two guys on the cruise that Sue had told us about. Apparently they ...
... 9 months on and 3 months off.
It wasn't very easy to find a lounge chair today but who cares when you can watch a passing Iguana! If we would have kept walking further down the beach there were lots and it was quieter.
My mom, sister, niece, friends and I did a nature walk. It was about an hour long and we learned a lot about the native plants. They boil them and make a tea for ...
... Paradise Island and 15 mins away from the other resort locations.
The Bhama Grill:
The top eatery in Nassau, that we missed out, but is worth to mention.
The most beautiful warm beaches were at bahamas, providing insane beauty and amazing water thrill.
The Downtown has a stretch of straw market stores, where the locals sells their crafts and souvenir. Make sure to bargain, ...
... selected a man named Carl B. to be the contestant. Carl was sitting at the bar right behind where Mike and I were standing! To be chosen as a contestant, you must purchase a play card. Each card has a serial number on it. The computer randomly draws one number for each round. The holder of that card number then comes forward to compete.
Carl started off well but then selected many high-value cases, reducing his ability to get a good offer from ...
I was so excited about reaching land today that I woke up every hour throughout the night. I finally just got up about 5:30. We were scheduled to arrive at Nassau at 8:00 am. This was an hour later than originally planned because of rerouting a few days ago to avoid the worst of the rocky sea. By the time the sun came up I could see land, and by 7:00 am it was getting closer and closer. I went on up to breakfast and then went out on the deck to take pictures as we docked. It was more ...